Grifter #9

    Grifter » Grifter #9 - This Means War! released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    Welcoming the new creative team of ROB LIEFELD, FRANK TIERI and SCOTT CLARK

    Grifter's troubles worsen as he races to stop the impending DAEMONITE invasion.

    Featuring the first appearances of DEATHBLOW and CHESHIRE in The New 52!



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    Liefeld Hasn't Killed It! 0

    Sigh. I know a cover is just a cover, but still... Liefeld's body shapes are particularly crappy here, don't feel like going into details, and he's made the whole thing look far more 'The Expendables' than the enjoyable 'Bourne/Bond' more stylized feel it's had. Hopefully this cover doesn't reflect a massive change in story tone...Grifter's personality has noticably shifted, ever so slightly, but not exactly in a bad way. I can't say it's 'better' or 'worse' than before; it's good enough and sim...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    I'm the Chosen One? 0

    (No Spoilers)The new creative team of Rob Liefeld with Frank Tieri as co-plotters finally makes their debut this month but unfortunately a lot of the concerns fans had about this creative team are present in this issue. This mixed in with surprisingly weak art by the normally solid Scott Clark do not make for a good beginning on this run.Those who know me know that next to Batman, Grifter is my favorite character. I've also been accused of the being the cheerleader for all things Wildstorm-relat...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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